From tie-dye to watercolors to straight up paint splatters and computer generated illustrations, unique, memorable fabrications have found their way onto the runways for spring 2014.
Here we say two extremely different looks: a beautifully orchestrated floral print on the left, and on the right, pants splattered with remnants from a fun but messy paint job. Which do you prefer for spring 2014? I thin I’m leaning toward the latter…
Trim silhouettes adorned with non-fussy, meticulously placed designs, slightly 1950s in their form and colors, but modern in their placement, felt fresh and just right for the upcoming season.
The Proenza boys did well this season in transforming texture to print, as evidenced in this linear front-pleat dress with just a bit of a washed out aesthetic for downtown cool.
Czar by Cesar Galindo
Galindo took a splattered design to the next level of cool by making it effortless and easy with transparent and light tops and easy breezy details like relaxed hoods; it’s just about as easy as riding a bicycle!
Elegant and unavoidable, Bibhu’s mentality is go big or go home with his prints for spring 2014, and the way to keep a classic silhouette modern is via accessories updates, like the pair of footwear, pictured.